The Department of Biology has been renamed as Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology. Our webpage alterations are in progress as of August 2017. Our department conducts research, teaching, and service in many areas of the life sciences, including animal behavior, behavioral endocrinology, cell biology, conservation biology, developmental biology, ecology, evolution, molecular biology, physiology, and population biology. Our graduate program is also named EEOB and offers Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees, with an emphasis on the latter. In addition, our faculty and graduate students are affiliated with several interdepartmental graduate programs, including: Cell, Molecular, and Developmental Biology; Genetics, Genomics, and Bioinformatics; Biomedical Sciences; and Neuroscience. We also offer various opportunities for undergraduate research (click here). Please browse this site to discover more about our department. You may use the search function in the upper right of this page to find specific items on our web pages.